Who Sang I Must Have Been a Fool? Al Jarreau

Al Jarreau Heart’s Horizon cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Charles Alexander Glenn, Paul Hines, Gilbert Starkey, James S. Stewart, Benny Wallace
release date: 1988
genres: Funk / Soul Pop Stage & Screen
styles: Smooth Jazz/Jazz-Funk/Soul/Vocal/Fusion
length: 4:11
I can tell by the look in your eyes
there's no deceivin, there's no disguise
what you need is a what you want
you hide behind what you put up front

So we find ourselves together
I'm the only one to blame
what I thought would last forever
just another part of your game

I must have been a fool
I must have broke some rule
Now I'm losing you to the wind
So I'm all alone with my yesterday, once again
I'm back to the bottom line

Sometimes love can make or break you
can build you up or shake you down
if it's real you don't need to fake it
if it's not no need to hang around
If you're with me for a reason
the time has come to let me know
'coz it seems your heart is freezin'
but you still don't wanna let me go

And you say (so you say) no more rainy days
go your way (go your way) and you send me mine
Too much too soon, was I too out of tune
with your plans
too much too soon, too out of tune
with your plans


CD 1
  • 1 All or Nothing at All
  • 2 So Good
  • 3 All of My Love
  • 4 Pleasure Over Pain
  • 5 Yo’ Jeans
  • 6 Way to Your Heart
  • 7 One Way
  • 8 10K HI
  • 9 I Must Have Been a Fool
  • 10 More Love
  • 11 Killer Love
  • 12 Heart’s Horizon

  • Album Information
    label: PRA Records
    country(area): Europe
    format: CD
    barcode: 022925597526
    script: Latin